TILTED LOVE:Chunghwa Post Co chairman Philip Ong said the two mailboxes would stay as they were, and that the post office plans to make them into a tourist attraction
Date: Aug 10, 2015
By: Shelley Shan / Staff reporter
Two mailboxes in Taipei have become tourist attractions after a shop sign fell on them
during Typhoon Soudelor, with visitors saying they now resemble two people standing next to each other and leaning.
The mailboxes — one red and the other green — are on Longjiang Road (龍江路) in Taipei.
The photos of the two tilted mailboxes quickly went viral, drawing dozens of people to the site yesterday.
Many visitors also leaned to the side and posed for photographs next to the mailboxes. Some netizens suggested that the Chunghwa Post Co (中華郵政) keep the two mailboxes as they are, as a reminder of the damage wrought by the typhoon. [FULL STORY]